.RFL File Extension

.RFL File Extension

2 file types use the .rfl file extension.
File Type 1

Reason ReFill Sound Bank

Developer Propellerhead Software
Popularity
2.9  |  8 Votes
Category Audio Files
Format Binary

What is an RFL file?

Component package for Reason, a song creation program that includes a virtual studio rack and an advanced sequencer; may contain patches, samples, song files, and .REX files; .WAV and .AIF files are compressed to about half their original file size when stored in ReFills (created using ReFill Packer).

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Programs that open RFL files

Windows
Mac
Updated February 29, 2008
File Type 2

Ravenfield Map

Developer SteelRaven7
Popularity
2.0  |  1 Vote
Category Game Files
Format Binary

What is an RFL file?

An RFL file is a map used by Ravenfield, a single-player first-person shooter (FPS) game. It contains binary code that describes in-game terrain. Players can edit RFL files in Ravenfield's Map Editor.

More Information

Ravenfield is an army vs. army video game that allows players to lead their army against an AI opponent. The game's battles take place on a variety of maps that are loaded from RFL files.

If a player wants to edit an existing Ravenfield map, they can do so using the game's in-game Map Editor. If a player wants to create their own Ravenfield map, they can do so using the Ravenfield Tools package and Unity game editor.

How do I open an RFL file?

You can open an RFL file in Ravenfield (Windows, Mac). To edit the map an RFL contains, open it in the game's Map Editor (by selecting Map Editor from the game's main menu). To use an RFL file as a game map, you should first load and save it in the Map Editor. Then, the RFL file will appear as a selectable map when you choose Play from Ravenfield's main menu.

Programs that open RFL files

Windows
Mac
Updated June 16, 2021

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